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The Company has changed the access to the golf club to the East Gate (garden centre gate) ahead of the published 1st June to TODAY 30th May. Have your club membership card or bag tag ready to show the security at the gate. They apologise for the late notification.
There is an update to security, see below.
The lines will now be open from 8am for booking tees. As you can imagine they are very busy but keep trying …. 0191 236 3322
All the tees are now booked for tomorrow, Friday 15th May 2020.
There are still tees available from 2.00pm onwards for Saturday 16th. Keep trying via the phone number given here …. 0191 236 3322
Parklands Golf Course Update – 12 May 2020
Following the latest Government update, we are delighted to announce that we will be opening Parklands Golf Club to Members only from Friday 15th May.
Given the number of Government restrictions still in place, we would ask Members to follow the various operational steps that we have put in place for this period in both booking and playing their rounds.
Until further notice, the Bar Area, Driving Range, Mini Golf and Short Game Area will remain closed.
Whilst a number of these restrictions will be different from what everyone at the Club is used to, we of course look forward to welcoming Members back and appreciate everyone’s support and understanding at this difficult time.
- All tee bookings must be made in advance of arrival.
- Tee times will be available from 8am on Friday 15th May at 10-minute intervals.
- All bookings will be made by telephone on 0191 236 3322. Bookings will be taken from Thursday 10am – 5pm and from 9am-5pm thereafter.
- Please note that only one tee time can be booked by a Member at any one time and only two days in advance.
- No Members guests will be permitted.
- Groups of 3/4 will be permitted providing they’re members of the same household. Otherwise groups of 2 only.
On Arrival –
- Access to the Park will be from the West Gate only.
- Social distancing of 2 metres must be strictly observed at all times with other Members outside of your household.
- Please arrive no earlier than 15mins prior to your tee time.
- You must check in at the Pro Shop prior to your round.
- Access to locker rooms will be by appointment only. Access will be to collect belongings only.
On Course –
- Strictly adhere to social distancing guidelines at all times.
- Play must begin on the first tee.
- Pins are not to be removed.
- No rakes will be available. Please endeavour to repair any footmarks on leaving the bunker.
- Do not share equipment.
- Buggies will be available with medical exemption only. Rental trolleys are not available.
- All Ball Washers, Bells, Benches are off limits.
- Please have members tags on full display as marshals will be in operation.
- You will be required to leave immediately after finishing your round.
Please note that we are still taking Membership enquires so if you have not yet renewed you can contact us on 0191 236 3322 and renew over the phone.
As you are aware the restrictions are subject to change and we will continue to communicate any further updates as soon as we can.
|In conjunction with The R&A, home nations, PGA and other industry partners, England Golf has jointly released the following statement. The UK Government has announced that golf will be able to resume in England on Wednesday, 13 May 2020. All outdoor sport must be done alone or within a household group and that includes golf. There is no change to the current position in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales and so golf courses in these countries must remain closed for now. It is important to stress that this remains an extremely difficult situation throughout the UK and we are acutely aware that many lives have been lost to the COVID-19 pandemic. The effects of the virus will continue to be felt for a long time to come. As a sport, we must work together to resume play responsibly as and when the relevant Government determines it is safe to do so. We must ensure that the safety and wellbeing of everyone involved from golfers to club staff and greenkeepers is maintained at all times. Golf clubs and golfers have observed the lockdown very well and must keep it up and act responsibly as play resumes. We recently provided documents giving guidance on operations and resuming play and golf clubs should consider this carefully as they restart their businesses. We also provided Essential Maintenance Guidelines to help greenkeepers to prepare their courses for play. We fully appreciate the huge amount of expertise that exists within golf clubs throughout the country and this best practice guidance simply aims to achieve as consistent an approach as possible to protecting everyone. We are seeking further clarification from the Government regarding other golf-related facilities. The pandemic has already had a substantial impact on golf clubs and venues and the focus will soon turn to trying to recover from the crisis. As a group we will continue to do all we can to provide support and guidance in that effort. These organisations have come together to help golf in the UK during the COVID-19 crisis and, through the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Golf, to work with Government to promote safe golf:|